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Been taken out the game due to illness!

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Hello Sparkies. I feel I needed to check in after its been so long. My Cellulitis seems to be getting better, but it took me out the game for just a bit. My leg hurt so bad I could not stand on it so i have been on a bit of bed rest for about a week and a half.

I feel lazy getting back into the beat of things. However i am glad to report I lost 20 pounds. I found out at the doctor's. i was so excited when she weighed me. The conversation went like this.

Nurse: Please step on the scale
Me: Okay, but you will need to start at 350
Nurse Okay...that's fine, but you are only 352
Me: What...Let me see! YEA BAABY!

I gave my husband a high five. My goal was to be down to 360 by then end of July and I am about to break 350. Now my goal is to be down to 300 by my birthday by August 30. I started setting bigger goals after that news.

So I still have been eating right, but I just stopped logging it. I did have some snow crabs with the works on Saturday and greens on Sunday. i figured what the hell I am going to work this week even if it hurts.

So now I am back doing the damn thing. I got my morning workout in and my afternoon INSANITY. Shawn T is no joke. My date with him this afternoon made me think if I wanted a second or a third date. However, Shawn is going to help me get this wait off so I guess I WILL SEE HIM AGAIN.

Well, the good thing is I'M BACK and I thought I would show you some of my meals I made while on break.

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Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CHELHART 7/15/2013 12:07PM

    That food looks AMAZING! I'm glad you've recovered from your illness and congrats on the weight loss!

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DEBADEAU 7/12/2013 3:18PM

    Food looks delicious!! Insanity is ROUGH!!! Dig deep!!

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